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-graduate students kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from the campus of the university of tennessee in knoxville, rah-rah sis boom ba. ♪ rocky top will always be ♪ home to me ♪ good old rocky top ♪ rocky top tennessee ♪ ♪ good old rocky top ♪ rocky top tennessee íwykykykyk ♪ ♪ good old rocky top ♪ rocky top tennessee ♪ ♪ good old rocky top ♪ rocky top tennessee ♪ good old rocky top ♪ rocky top tennessee >>> all right! >> all right! >> go team orange! go team orange! >> hello, everybody! hey, smoky. back off, smoky. it is october 1st, and it is moonshine monday! >> here's the thing. here's the thing. we heard a rumor -- >> yes. >> -- that this was a dry campus. is it? >> but we came anyway. >> we came anyway. here's to you guys and your sweet tea. >> yes, your sweet tea. [ cheers and applause ] >> wow, we've been here only about 12 hours, and i don't feel -- i've never experienced such kykykykyk amazing. >> i've got it tell you, there were people who were camped out here last night. there were people who came at the crack of dawn. >> which means people from the stre
-life and family values candidate from tennessee. it turns out that even the national right to life committee think that he's a pro-life guy. they gave him a 100% rating. but he said the other day in in a letter he had written or a transcript of a phone call he had, he's a former doctor and elected tea party congressman. he had a conversation with a former patient. turns out he got her pregnant, and he's trying to get her to have an abortion. let's take a look at d-6. this is desjarlais saying you told me you'd have an abortion, and now we're getting too far along without one. this is not the kind of coverage that a man running for congress as a pro-life congressman wants. eric stewart opponent to scott desjarlais. i guess this weekend was different than the week ago. >> it's been a busy week. >> when you're up against someone like dejlarlais, we'll have more fun with him in just a minute. but you're running for office this, is put you in the spotlight. >> the biggest thing about it is it's an embarrassment of tennessee. we sured about the hypocrisy. we'll going to continue to talk about the hypocr
of the freedom in europe he was in charge of indian war and west for a while and from tennessee and three of his life was engaged in those institutions that he had such a large part in forming and he was on the board of trustees for years and years. he served as president of both howard university at different times of his life. they had a distinguished images overtime. early on it started with the continent's and then some older ones including the interesting rendition of him that reduces him to assemble elements but provides a grand portrait sometimes. a photograph here of him with chief joseph who was the chief of the tribe in the northwest where he was involved in the indian war and the relocation of those tribe members to the reservation. a rather in pure realist he noticed that his right arm is called in to the coupon. he had it and yet he did during the civil war and assuring one of his sons and to of his grandson's all of whom followed him into the military service. this is very, very late in life for him, and then finally, a group shot that shows him sitting right there along with a oth
a wonderful book, a memoir called blessed friendships about his friendships with both tennessee williams and truman capote. and i recommend it. it's a wonderful book. it really captures their virtues as well as devices. and i found a very helpful. so it was like that. i did a few interviews, but not many as you might think of places i didn't have the information. a lot of the writers had given tens of interviews. so i knew if i went to them, and what they would say, so i didn't even go. others i interviewed over the phone. mark kelley were poisoned in the end, interviewed him face-to-face. so does kind of like all these bits and pieces come appointment together in a single narrative. it was not deep research. it was fun research. i was telling stories and so i would kind of look for whatever i needed next tell the story. >> a bit of a tangent to the other gentleman's question, but in a lot of the books i have read about gay men from this generation, including at least one of yours, a lot of them seem to think of themselves as individuals being gay. so what i'm curious about is how a lot
grandfather. raised with love of reading and oral tradition. graduated from tennessee state and degree in english in 1964. she married her childhood friend on december 12. they are the parents of fredrick and twins robert and john. her education continued with a master's degree in early childhood literature, and programming in 1975 from webster university. patricia has a successful career as a teacher and children's book editor. she changed careers to become a full time writer of children and young adult books. her goal is to create books for and about african-americans. i write because there is a need to have books for, by and about the african-american experience and how we helped to develop this country. i present to you patricia makinsik heart of literacy. >> i am from st. louis, missouri. a lot of you think i have said it in correctly when i said missouri. you think i got it slid into my southern dialect, right? no. i was not born in st. louis. i was born in nashville, tennessee, a little town side of nashville. that is where i grew up, went to high school, met and married my husb
that's going to happen. thunderstorms pushing through the nashville area and tennessee. a weak storm with cold, chilly rain. this is the beginning of an active weather pattern. if you are in the middle of the country, new thunderstorms popping up here. areas of new mexico. after a quiet first two weeks of october, we are going to have the first weather event starting tomorrow. here is a look at the storms as they push through the area. light rain now. they are racing through central portions of tennessee. the drive on interstate 40 is the worst drive in the country with the storms crossing the interstate as we speak. near springfield, missouri, a lot of lightning strikes. near the springfield area, i'm sure that interstate is not fun, either. isolated strong storms, an area of yellow. it's tomorrow that the storm heads out to the central plains. minisevere weatherout break, possible tornadoes for iowa or missouri. keep an eye on the forecast. you have the best chance of seeing a strong storm. dallas to oklahoma city to tulsa, back to chicago, you have a chance for strong storms. for
. other areas of bad weather, tennessee had thunderstorms overnight, strong storms. nationals getting wet. here is how the forecast shapes up the next three days. today, nothing too bad severe wise, a few strong storms near lubbock and amarillo. severe weather outbreak, almost like a spring-like condition with possible tornadoes, damaging winds as the thunderstorms form over des moines, kansas city, arkansas especially missouri up into illinois. the east coast, you warm up after a cold saturday morning for a very nice saturday afternoon. sunday looks great on the east coast, too. we watch the ohio valley and tennessee valley. we could be dealing with stormy weather. leaf piquing. >> we'll talk to you later orn "morning joe." >>> more drama between the yankees and the orioles. a night after suffering a walk-off loss, the orioles facing elimination at yankees stadium, game four came down to the wire. scoreless until phil hughes serves one up. solo home run to the right. 1-0. it's the only run he gave up. eighth inning, score tied at one. a shot at redemption, put one in play. lift one to th
of a man who makes what have we made? thank you. [applause] >> patricia leanne caldwell born in tennessee. daughter of robert and irma. at age of 3 moved to missouri and returned when she was 12 years old. patricia grew up with segregation and injustices which she writes about. she spent many countless hours in the nashville public library. it was her family life that was bountiful and flowing with tales told by her story telling grandfather. raised with love of reading and oral tradition. graduated from tennessee state and degree in english in 1964. she married her childhood friend on december 12. they are the parents of fredrick and twins robert and john. her education continued with a master's degree in early childhood literature, and programming in 1975 from webster university. patricia has a successful career as a teacher and children's book editor. she changed careers to become a full time writer of children and young adult books. her goal is to create books for and about african-americans. i write because there is a need to have books for, by and about the african-american experien
of rain across tennessee, now spreading all the way through the carolinas. and even now atlanta is starting to get a little bit of light rain. as far as the heaviest rainfall, the worst drive is interstate 40 from jackson, tennessee, all the way up to nashville and memphis. the morning commute does not look pretty. the heaviest rainfall forecasted over the next 48 hours is from central tennessee and i even think some areas of northern georgia have a chance of picking up an inch of rain today. we will see clouds increasing in the mid-atlantic region, but from d.c. to areas around richmond, late day showers for you. the southeast is where we could be dealing with some showers. maybe even some strong storms. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. this weekend, we also saw a storm system heading up through northern portions of new england. it's still spinning up there as it crosses new york state into areas of canada, so our friends in northern new york and vermont also dealing with some pretty windy and wet and cool weather. t
heading out the door this morning. also, police in tennessee are trying to solve a history. they want to know what happened to two children they thought had died in a house fire. those stories and much more coming up on -- coming up on this monday october 1st. good morning. i am charley crowson. megan is off today but we begin with a check of the forecast and lynette joins us. storms plew through a after they -- blue threw and after they left it's chilly. >> and with the moisture trapped at the ground a dense fog advisory for points westward of frederick. so you are going to be dealing with some foggy conditions and dense fog and pappy fog across the area. so take it easy as you head out and about. right now, charley was talking about the chilly temperatures. look at 48 degrees in jessup owings mills. we should be at 5 # for this time of the year. temperatures are on the -- 5 # for this time of the year. temperatures are on the -- 53 for this time of the year. temperatures are on the cool side. we will see some change in the forecast. i will talk about that coming up but let's go thro
on an effort to save them. >> this is one of the entrances. >> reporter: we were taken to a tennessee cave that's the winter home to 160,000 endangered gray bat that could be extinct within a decade. a fungus known as white nose syndrome. >> this is unprecedented. >> reporter: scientists are mystified by this fungus that shows up as a white powdery residue and disturbs the bat as natural sleeping pattern. >> it causes the bats to use up their energy they store during the winter. they come out of hibernation early when it's cold and don't make it through. >> reporter: white nose was first discovered in four caves in new york back in 2006. now it's in 19 states. researchers are doing everything from tagging bats to understand migration patterns to a project at bucknell university in pennsylvania where 200 bats have been intentionally infected with the fungus to try to develop a possible treatment. >> we've never seen a disease like this. >> reporter: ann is with u.s. fish and wildlife which coordinates the patchwork of research programs. >> how difficult is it to go into one of these caves where
. this is tonight later today's rain now come out of the mississippi valley into the tennessee valley, raining in mississippi and tennessee. all of this making a beeline right toward the metro area. there could be a few areas north and west dealing with the sprinkles. here's the futurecast moving until noon now. montgomery county might see a couple of sprinkles going then. the better chance of showers will be north and west of dc. tonight we are going to have showers around for the o's yankees game, they may have tough times here, keeping the rain shower activity over the region. tomorrow morning especially south and east, the tomorrow a little piece of energy will pull away. sunny in the afternoon, warmer into the 60-degree range on tuesday. wednesday we are going to warm up even more ahead of this front, we'll warm toward about 70. most of the showers just do the dc split. temperatures are going to struggle. in the shanendoah valley we may not get to 50 degrees today due to the early arrival of clouds. winchester 47, closer to 60 in easton. warmer south and east. we are stopping in the low t
problems in tennessee and missouri and arkansas. >> it is headed our way. it will be pushing some showers and some storms our way as we go through later this evening. so we will watch for that. we will still be getting some wet weather which we desperately need. we have the upper level low. you can see the spin across the upper midwest. so the clouds will be on the increase but right now, we're under mainly clear skies. and also we're seeing a little bit of patchy fog this morning as well. so we do have reduced visibility take it easy in some spots we can see only about nine miles in baltimore. five in new york and one in frederick. -- york and one in frederick. but we're also talking about cooler temperatures this morning as well. 47-degrees in emmitsburg. 56 annapolis and 55 chesapeake beach right now. yes you still need the jacket out and about. the iron shore the temperature there around -- eastern shore the temperature there around 48 degrees. we have some cool weather this morning. into the afternoon we will be above average and i'll tell you how long we will stay in the 70s and the
in tennessee on the lookout for two children who are thought to have died in a house fire. plus, 10 years ago this week, authorities in d.c. came to the realization that they had a sniper on their hands. details from a recent interview >> the search is on for a brother and sister in tennessee who were thought to have died in a fire outside nashville last week. and the state fears could -- invested as could find no sign of them in the rubble of the fire that killed their step- grandparents. 10 years after one of the most notorious killing sprees in the nation's history, d.c. sniper lee boyd malvo is reportedly expressing remorse for his involvement in the killing. in an interview with "the washington post," he talks about his role in the killing spree in 2002. he talks about one killing at a particular, the murder of linda franklin at a home depot in virginia, and seeing her husband react to his wife's murder. he said it was "the worst sort of paint i have seen in my life. you feel like the worst piece of that sum on the plan -- scum on the planet." john allen muhammad was executed in 2010 for
through the afternoon. you can see it to the south, showers and storms around tennessee through the tennessee valley as of you, temperatures are chilly, we are looking at 30s from clarksville to frederick, emmittsburg , the upper 30s there, 43 shady side and silver spring, sparrows point 43 1, easton, in to the afternoon, temperatures are really not going to warm up that much. we can see the dip in the jet stream, this is going to with us for the next couple of days. the warmer air will move in as the jet stream retreats to the north. we will warm up a bit but we have today and tomorrow of temperatures pretty much below average. future trend, a chance for showers to push in, as we go in to the afternoon. drying out for tomorrow and as we head in to wednesday. this is what we are looking now, as we look at the planner for today. 44 this morning, in to lunchtime, 54 degrees. the temperatures will try to go up, not so much. we will stay in the 50s all day long. 6é÷high around 57 degrees. that's coming in well below. a look of the seven-day forecast =#a÷as on cÑwednesday are se
to be more focus on the american personnel serving abroad in diplomatic missions. >>> tennessee senator will be live. he is one of the republican lawmakers who wrote james clapper calling for more answers about the attack. >>> 5 minutes after the hour. it is a time to look at who is talking. >> paul ryan sitting down with fox news sunday the up coming debates and the attack on the u.s. congs lat in libya, ryan slamming them saying it shows the weakness of the president's foreign policy. >> there are republicans and democrats calling for an investigation. the response was slow they were confused and inconsistent. first they awed it was a youtube video and spon tan yours mob we now know it was a planned terrorist attack. if it was one tragic incident that would be a tragedy in and of itself. it is a bigger picture of the fact of the foreign policy is unravelling before our eyes on the tv screen. what mitt romney is going to continue to do a land a vision for foreign policy one american strength verses what i would articulate the president's policy is one of weakness. we are seeing the ugl
. >>> this is a desperate search for two little children in tennessee. everybody believed a 9-year-old girl and her 7-year-old brother were among those killed, but remains have not been found. police consider the kids not dead but missing, and more on that story coming up moments away. >>> and in texas, stranded drivers had to be rescued after flooding drenched parts of the state yesterday. get this. the past three days, yep, brought more rain than texas got all of last year when it suffered through one of the worst droughts in history. today's storms moved east into parts of louisiana and mississippi, and there are expected to continue on the path for the next 48 hours. >>> the pope's former butler is on trial in a vatican city courtroom. he is accused of stealing secret papers from pope benedict xvi, and leaking them to papers. some of the evidence was asked to be stricken. >>> and then a dramatic comeback against the u.s. team to hold on to the trophy. a german golfer sank the ball on the 18th hole to clinch the victory. the europeans came roaring back on the final day of play. more from the ryder cup
statue outside the courthouse in the tennessee, and it is not darrow. it is william jennings bryan. convictions about revolution. the first part of the question is important. it is an interesting question because i get asked a lot. and that -- is an easy one for me to answer. in doing the research for this book came upon this amazing class of public defenders. the death penalty bar. and they work in texas, georgia, illinois, places where executions are carried on routinely. most of their clients are guilty . they list the horrible things they say they have done. they know they're not going to get them off, and yet they throw themselves into the defense of these on the principle that everybody needs an offense and if the death penalty is wrong. and makes collectively over the past and 15 years i think that they have, you know, helps change american attitude about the death penalty. we are switching back again away from executions. about ten years ago it was the thing to do and people were dying almost daily around the country. so this very unselfish, known, unrewarded group of defen
through tuesday. >>> kathie lee and hoda at the university of tennessee. you're here! what the heck? it's a swap. very nice. savannah? is. >> al, thank you. >>> hewlett-packard unveiled its entry into the world of tablet computers today, a big moment for the company and its chief executive. ann thompson is in los angeles this morning with that story. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. meg whitman is the silicon valley legend. she grew ebay from a start up to an $8 billion behemoth. two years ago, she took an expensive but unsuccessful turn in the political arena. today she is back in silicon valley at the world's largest technology company, hewlett-packard, trying to revise it and her reputation. >> when i come into an environment like hp, you know what i do? i try to figure out what this company does well, and then could we do more of that? >> reporter: but when they gave her an hp laptop a year ago, meg whitman was not impressed. >> well, i said it was a brick. and i must say, i feel a little badly. but i think they understood what i meant, which is we can do be
a tennessee clinic saying they may have been ex-supposed to fungal meningitis a rare form of the disease which is not contagious. the outbreak was discovered two weeks ago in tennessee where 18 cases of exposure were report. there are a handful of cases in virginia, maryland, florida and north carolina. four victims have died. all the victims got sick after getting steroid injections most for back pain. >> none of us has seen anything like this where a medication injected into the cerebrospinal fluid has caused infection. so we're in new territory here. >> reporter: meningitis is an inflammation of the lining of the brain and spinal cord. symptoms include headache, nausea, dizziness and fever. the incubation period is between two and 28 days. so there may be some people who are infected but don't know it yet. >> the symptoms are not as dramatic and they come on gradually. >> reporter: sue manor is hopeful she stays healthy. >> i'm sort of trying not to, you know, think of it as being me in a day or two. >> reporter: if she feels any symptoms she will call the hospital right away. >>> next, fle
to free speech. >>> legendary basketball coach pat summitt says she felt forced out at tennessee. summit says she was told by the athletic director she would be replaced by the end of the season. the decision hurt and surprise her. summitt says it comes as an age and sex discrimination suit by another tennessee employee. >>> the first in the boxing world. a top fighter has announced he is gay. orlando cruz is a featherweight number four in the world. he wants to be a positive role model for kids who look into boxing. >>> week five in the nfl is under way. we get the highlights, now, from espn news. >> welcome to your "sportscenter" update. i'm jorge andres. the cardinals trying to stay undefeated in st. louis. taking on sam bradford and the rams. break from scrimmage. play-action. goes deep. finds danny amendola, the ridiculous one-handed catch. are you kidding me? great coverage. but not a problem. later in the drive, again. finds lance kendricks for the score. 7-0, st. louis. second quarter, bradford, looking. goes to amendola. dives, makes the catch. ruled a catch on the field. but la
states. it's unclear how many people received injections. in tennessee 1,000 people received the tainted shots. seth jones reports. >> honest to goodness, i became more and more frightened. >> reporter: on monday sue learned she might have been infected by the fungus in the steroids given for back pain. >> what symptoms are you told to look out for. >> headaches, neck pain. vomiting. dizziness. a lot of flu-like symptoms. >> those could be -- >> could be anything. >> reporter: she was one more of 700 patients who received injections at clinics affiliated with saint thomas hospital in nashville. >> i don't want this thing in my body. i feel like i want a cleanser. i want to pull it out. get out of my body. >> we're all worried. likely so. we told them all this is very serious. >> reporter: this doctor has examined 19 people who received injections. he saw three new meningitis cases today. the nashville clinic received 2,000 potentially contaminated violence from the massachusetts company that makes the drug, new england compounding center. the company has received safety warnings from the
of rain. we are watching the rain down here in northern mississippi, southern portions of tennessee. looks like it should stay just to the south of nashville. as we mentioned, some of those clouds increasing late today with showers especially for the evening rush hour from philly to d.c. the rest of the country looks pretty dry, veronica. it is a pretty chilly start. if you haven't switched the wardrobe out, now's the time to do it. >> brought my winter coat, bill. california's gains pains have the governor fuming. a shortage. this you'll want to hear. >>> plus, your "first look" at business is straight ahead. >>> on the blink. from eye shuttering statistics from last week's debate. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. overmany discounts to thine customers! safe driver, multi-car, paid in full -- a most fulsome bounty indeed, lord jamie. thou cometh and we thy saveth! what are you doing? we doth offer so many discounts, we have some to spare. oh, you have any of those homeowners' discounts? here we go. thank you. he took my shield, my lady. these are troubling times in the kingdom. more
. northeast windy and chilly. showers and thunderstorms will extend from the southern plains to the tennessee valley. tornadoes, hail and damaging winds are possible across oklahoma and west texas. as much as a foot of snow is likely over higher elevations of the central rockies. heavy rain will soak lower elevation. the northwest will be raining. in sports this morning all eight of major league baseball's post-season teams in action last night. some are heading home for the winter storm. game five of the tigers and a's. detroit rolling with their ace. justin verlander has a shutout. tigers eliminate the a's 6-0. in new york yankees do the same for orioles. a moment of silence for father of joe guy -- gi rm impgir as -- makes a leaping catch at the wall then throws to the infield. double up new york's russell martin. this is an extra inning affair. top of the 13th. comes around to core on a j.j. harding double. baltimore has a 2-1 lead. orioles closer jim johnson shut the door, baltimore wins 2-1 and forces a fifth game tonight. in the national league san francisco headed on to the nlcs, top
going on in tennessee right now. two children are missing. they are sister and a brother, just seven and nine. an amber alert has been issued. they weren't found after a fire destroyed their townhouse and killed their step grandparents. >> they were last seen by a neighbor at 6:30. three hours before the fire actually broke out. we know that they were close to the home with in hours before the fire. >> police questioned everybody who knew them including the parent who had extensive criminal records. >> a big apartment fire tonight. we take you to the 2,000 block of military place just off blue water boulevard when the firefighters got here they saw smoke and fire just shooting out of the apartment building. everybody got out okay but 23 families are being held by the red cross right now. to early to tell how the fire started. >> troubling new questions tonight about airport security. twice in the last week agents with the tsa allowed loaded guns through airport checkpoints. >> reporter: in the latest blacky a loaded .38 caliber gun went undetected by screeners. joshua richardson
see them pushing from the south. that will bring a chance of rain. heavy rain across the tennessee river valley as well as parts of south.p that system will be with us the couple days. if you are traveling today, memphis, raleigh, charlotte, all of the leas. newark, if you are flying into airport, the average delay is around 40 minutes. partly sunny and 68 degrees by today for us. 62 degrees by 11:00 tonight. more chances of rain in the seven-day forecast. back to you. >> thank you. today on the campaign trail, obama and gopck challenger mitt romney preparing presidentialst this wednesday in colorado. obama has been with of his top advisers in nevada. meantime, romney spent most of working with his debate team in massachusetts. denver today for a rally and corp.. still to come -- >> fall is the worst. in terms of running nose and burning, postnasal drip, hoarseness.d >> she's not alone. what autumn might be especially tough for allergy sufferers. a new place to call home. where dozens of low income a new place to call home. where dozens of low income affors can go for [ knocking ]
throughout kentucky and tennessee. they were under a tornado watch in kentucky and tennessee. i think the area of severe weather will be over ohio and north herb kentucky tomorrow. i can't see us seeing any severe thunderstorm warnings. we are going to get, though, some more reign showers. we're in the 50s right now to low 60s. the temperatures tomorrow are going to be getting on the warm side. we'll started to first at the bus stop, 55-59 degrees. in fact, some moderate and heavy pockets of rain expected. here's what i'm looking at. anywhere that you see the yellow and orange, that's where that could be some heavy rain. so first thing tomorrow morning. we get it at 5:00. we get it at 6:00 a.m. i think most of that rain will be gone by the tail end of the morning rush. still, though, some showers throughout the area. maybe a few thunderstorms down to our south. but that is about it. and then as we get into wednesday, we'll see that front make its way out of here. still some clouds rotating through. it may be a little bit of rain. the bulk of the rain comes tomorrow and comes tomorrow
yesterday is the winds and the weather from kentucky to tennessee all the way up to the great lakes was affected by this hurricane that made landfall in new jersey. unheard of storm. it was such a broad storm. you saw the devastation. the insurance numbers and the cost estimates to the economy is just going to be staggering for a category 1 hurricane. it appears that we'll easily make the top five list, possibly somewhere up here with hurricane andrew. these numbers are adjusted with inflation. will ma, ike were category 3 storm. andrew was a five. sandy, the only category 1. mostly because of where it made landfall right through the most populated areas of our country. now the storm itself today still spin so long this huge edge you see, a lot of bad weather and last night with thunderstorms going up through areas of eastern massachusetts and maine. it remains kind of stuck right now with a big blocking high that was responsible for leaving this system and sending it back at the u.s. is still sitting there. we have another day or two until we can get rid of the storm. the concern t
. >>> a couple of tennessee scuba divers scared up some halloween spirit. they did their best to car of jack could he lanterns under water. it's a month long halloween celebration. >>> finally, the iconic sign overlooking los angeles is getting a face lift. over the next eight to ten weeks they'll use 110 gals of prime skbrer and 275 gals of paint. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins, he has that forecast. good morning to you. >> i thought they would have pantded it off site and put the letters back on. >> they would need a big trailer for that. >> it wouldn't be that easy. have you been up there? >> i have, yes. >> i haven't ton that. >> pretty cool. >> on my short list. it's a long list. here's what we're looking at this morning. very quiet october morning. temperatures are very mild. remember the big cold blast of air we had about a week ago. that is clearly gone as pacific air and the warm, mild air is flowing right across the country. the storm system that did affect the middle of the country over the weekend and the east coast
quickly into areas of southern tennessee as we go throughout the morning. so your forecast today, after the chilly morning, it's a nice afternoon from denver to chicago. the only problem down there in florida, we'll continue with some showers and storms. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. one area, the area of rain i was just mentioning there in mississippi, it will quickly be moving across the weather map today. eventually it will bring a chance of some clouds and showers to areas in virginia, even north carolina and possibly even washington, d.c. no big warm-up in sight. looks like this chillier weather pattern is here to stay for at least the next week. >> so is it win thor? >> -- winter? >> no, that's a whole duff ball game. >>> business headlines are straight ahead. plus, who is the new sexiest woman in the world? last year it was rihanna. did she repeat or is there someone new? you're watching "early today." >>> i'm veronica de la cruz. right now, one day after a israeli war plane shot down a drone that crossed into its a
and down into the carolinas. snow today as far as south as the smokies and tennessee and north carolina. a lot of snow. a tremendous amount of snow from garrett county back to beckly in west virginia. so it's still with us. tonight though just some light showers. snow will county west of the divide. that will be accumulating snow. a little bit of snow mixed in, i think, with some of your showers between cumberland, maybe hagerstown. maybe close to smiths burg up in northern frederick county. the monokasi will crash tonight. moderate flooding. forecast to crest at 21.6. that is a forecast. point of rocks, forecast to crest at 22. that's 8:00 p.m. tomorrow night. moderate flooding there. move a little further south down the river, wisconsin avenue, cresting at 8.6. we think minor flooding. that will not crest until 2:00 on thursday morning. remember, all the rain that fell has to drape into the potomac basin and the further down the river you are, the later the flooding occurs. we're not looking at any flash flooding, but river flooding still a problem for the next day or so. back to you
of tennessee. major damage, the latest in a string of damaged throughout the south. >> adam caskey has the forecast. >> we just have clouds moving into town. those will increase gradually throughout the rest of the daylight hours. after some insight is when we have the chance of a few showers and thunderstorms. we cannot not rule out 1 norteno becoming strong to severe. it is clear with no storms right now. 66 at reagan national. a low pressure system in the midwest dropping down into iowa. a cold front moving through charleston, west virginia. that will continue pushing our way. you will see a little more development of rain showers as it approaches us in washington. increasing clouds today. showers and storms will develop around 7:00 p.m. and into the nighttime. high temperatures around 70. locally, low 70's today. warmer tomorrow with some changes on the weekend coming up. >> as we have learned, an earthquake over a year ago it can strike anywhere. a magnitude 4.0 hit main recently. this is causing a shake-up in how we prepare for them. john gonzalez has more on the great southeast
out of areas of missouri and is sliding into areas of the greater nashville, tennessee, area. worst drive, interstate 40 anywhere from nashville heading anywhere to the west. this has a lot of lightening too. i'm sure some of that thunder will be waking some people up earlier this morning in areas of central tennessee. as far as other areas of stormy weather, we're not looking at anything too bad out there. later this afternoon we have an isolated risk of severe storms. this is north texas into areas of western extreme portions of kansas. isolated strong storms. damaging hail and some gusty winds. as far as the airports go today, the nashville area, we'll watch that. much of the country is sitting there with a fall day. the weekend will give us some trouble. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. so a quiet day today. areas like new york city, most of that rain in northern new england will stay up there this morning. colder air, too, through the great lakes behind this next front. highs in areas like ohio only going to be in the 50s. and i guess the big weather story
. a battle unbeatens. bulldogs going outside of conference play. they beat middle tennessee. alabama, crushed tennessee, 44-13 tonight. first quarter, a.j. mccarron up top to amari cooper. mccarron came in with a bum knee, career-high 306 yards, four touchdowns, half of them to cooper. enjoyed his first 100-yard receiving game and number one goes into knoxville and wins convincingly. number two florida, 44-11 against number seven south carolina. jeff driskel, career-high four passing touchdowns and gators win despite 183 total yards. up next for them, georgia. number six lsu spotted number 18 texas a&m 12 points at kyle field before the tigers scored 24 unanswered points. this is jeremy hill. 47-yard touchdown. lsu wins 24-19 but they give up a season-high 410 to the aggies. k-state on the road to morgantown and hangs 5 points on west virginia. third quarter, mountaineer quarterback geno smith pass is deflected, intercepted for arthur brown, first pick in 273 passes, ncaa record but did him no good tonight. set up this collin klein, seven total touchdowns for the k-state quarterback and they
, tennessee. done all kinds of crazy things. >> now he's got a request to help him reach a new goal. >> take me to space, if you would. >> find out which famous face could be his ticket to space. >>> and louis is putting on the perfect stunt for halloween. >> he is going to eat a live tarantula. >> got to make sure he doesn't bite me. >> see how it all goes down on "right this minute." [ howling ] >>> it's officially halloween, and you're going to see so many creepy costumes out there. >> uh-huh. >> yeah, yeah. >> and who's creepier than the tv character dexter? >> ah. >> oh. >> pretty cripe. >> creepier is dexter -- >> creepy. >> dexter. >> well, this girl made a video tutorial on to you become a dexter victim and you see her going through the process. >> oh, oh. okay. she's not nude. >> you're not nude, but you can be if you want to. whatever. >> cheap, super easy. incredibly last minute. she's wrapped up in saran wrap. she even has a wound on her chest with blood in it, like it spills out and then restraints on her limbs and her ankles. >> used surran wrap around her mouth, which is trick
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